Resource Management - Prof. Ranjan Kumar Bal

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WELCOME
NATURAL RESOURCE
MANAGEMENT & SUSTAINABLE
DEVELOPMENT: Some Observations
4/9/2015
Prof. Ranjan Kumar Bal
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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
 Meets
the needs of present generation
without compromising the ability of
future generations
 Minimum
 Maximum
environmental impact
value addition for
Customers/Society
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NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
 Environmental
Resources Management:
Climate Change – Natural Hazards
 Air Resources Management
 Water Resources Management
 Wildlife
Management
 Forestry
 Soil Conservation
India
is 7 times behind China.
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NATURAL RESOURCES
MANAGEMENT – Cont.
 Efficient
& Effective Deployment:
Cost-Benefit Analysis
 Planning, Controlling & Managing to
achieve 100% resource utilisation
 Match: Demand Vs. Supply
INCLUSIVE GROWTH
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ST
21
CENTURY
 Trust
-Transparency Gap
 Information provided Vs. Information
needs of Stakeholders / Society.

Trust-me Culture

Tell-me Culture

Show-me Culture
Osama
Bin Laden wanted to become a manager !!5
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Research Findings:
KPMG study: On “Measuring Performance of
the Organizations of the Future”
“Over-reliance on summary financial
performance measures (Viz. ROI) was
hindering an organization’s abilities to
create future economic value.”
FINDING:
More Natural Resources =
Less Economic Development
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RESEARCH FINDINGS
 McKinsey
& Co: 400 Firms
“The environmental challenge is
one of the central issues of the 21st
century.”
 World
Economic Forum: 650 Executives
“Environment is the most important
challenge affecting business.”
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Social
Economic
Triple
Bottom
Line
Environmental
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TBL or Sustainability
for measuring performance
 Single bottom line to Triple bottom line
 Shareholder-oriented accounting to
Stakeholder-oriented accounting
 Framework
3
Ps: Profit,
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Planet & People
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SOCIAL BOTTOM LINE
 Organisation’s
impact on society
 Public health & Community Dev.
 Skill & Education
 Social justice & Human Rights
 Trust, Integrity & Teamwork
 Labour practices
 Product Responsibility
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ENVIRONMENTAL
BOTTOM LINE
 Efficient
use of natural resources
 Efficient
environmental mgt.
 Renewable
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natural capital
DISASTER MANAGERS
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ECONOMIC BOTTOM LINE
Economic
profitability
Employment generation
Market creation
Financial capital &
Physical capital
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WHY SUSTAINABILITY ?
of Environmentalism
 Climate Change & Natural Hazards
 Relationship with Communities
 Growth
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SUSTAINABLE ENTERPRISE
Makes resource-efficient products
 Minimum environmental impact
 Maximum value to stakeholders


Adding value to society.
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Sustainability :Challenges
 Management
& maintenance of
economic, natural, social capital
 Create
“win-win” situation: Social &
Environment friendly
Climate Change – Natural Resources –
Inclusive Growth
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CHANGE
Change is the only constant in to-day’s
world.
“Vasudheiba Kutumbakam.”
INNOVATIVE STRATEGY
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Awareness & Education
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“Earth provides enough to
satisfy everyone’s needs,
but not everyman’s greed.”
-GANDHIJI
Self Discipline
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Writings on the Wall:
“ACT NOW or GET READY TO
BE A PART OF HISTORY.”
THANK ‘U’
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